You might have tidied up your diet, but the festive season is still in full swing. Make sure you’re not missing out on all the fun with these delicious – but healthy! – cocktails.
Every family cooks up something different on Christmas day, so we thought we’d share some of our own with you this festive season. Our editor, Heather, got this recipe from her grandmother, and she fondly remembers her gran bringing it along to Christmas lunch every year as a child.
We are back to a traditional eggnog recipe with this one, raw egg and all. Although raw eggs have no negative health implications, many people don’t like the taste. In our recipe, we mostly use the whipped egg whites for that ;lovely texture this jolly drink is known for. So if you aren’t into that as an option, feel free to swap them out for unsweetened whipped cream.
Treat your friend to a new experience this festive season with an olive oil tasting.
With the holiday season almost upon us, we have no doubt you’ll soon be popping many a bottle of your favourite bubbly. Here are a few fun facts you can share over your next glass of champers.
It’s the end of the year and inevitably our calenders are filling up with end-year celebrations and social gatherings. While this season’s fun-filled nights with their tasty snacks and complementary booze sound promising, it also makes keeping up healthy habits a whole lot harder. Here are our top tips to enjoy the party without giving up on your health the next day.
‘Tis the season of boozy office parties, end-of-year celebrations, lavish Christmas meals, and many a bottle of Champagne. Family, friends and the promise of presents, are all reason to be jolly, but overindulging in festive treats might leave you ringing in the new year with just a few more kilos than you’d like. With clever planning, and a few of our sneaky tricks, you can still enjoy the hoilday season, without gaining a dress size by January.